Wild trout win the race

Ms Bellinger says hatcheries may no longer be of use for conservation of trout. Photo: Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services

A recent study by researchers at Washington State University (WSU) suggests trout hatcheries could be interfering with the appearance and behaviour of domestic trout, making them inferior to their wild relatives.

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